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    $100 7
The year commercial TV broadcasting began in the U.S., almost 5 months before Pearl Harbor
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Show #634 - Thursday, May 14, 1987

1987 Senior Tournament quarterfinal game 4.

Contestants

Zeke Sevilla, Jr., a criminal lawyer from Vienna, Virginia

Barbara Coffey, a retired teacher from Brewster, New York

Jim Murk, a teacher and minister from Wheaton, Illinois

Jeopardy! Round

LIFE BEGINS AT 40
TRANSPORTATION
RHYME TIME
SPORTS LEGENDS
ANCIENT TELEVISION
HODGEPODGE
    $100 16
In 1951, this 40-year-old gave birth to a classic sitcom shortly after bearing daughter Lucie
    $100 8
Malcolm Forbes flies one resembling his Chateau de Balleroy; talk about castles in the air
    $100 18
A sad city, or a city's center
    $100 1
A month after her 1st "adult" competition, this Romanian won her 1st European gymnastics championship
    $100 7
The year commercial TV broadcasting began in the U.S., almost 5 months before Pearl Harbor
    $100 2
The criminal investigation department of the London Metropolitan Police is better known as this
    $200 17
Released from prison at 40, he began career as a fight promoter, apparently a hair-raising experience
    $200 9
One strong rival to the Wright Brothers was financed by this telephone pioneer
    $200 19
A pleased papa
    $200 13
On being told Hemingway was a writer, this Yankee catcher supposedly asked, "With what paper?"
    $200 3
Unlike her brother, the Rev. Henry Ward Beecher, this 19th c. author didn't endorse soap or trusses
    $300 23
He completed an 8-year literary odyssey when he finished "Ulysses" at 40
    $300 10
Though it took nearly 3 years, the Columbia was the first U.S. ship to do this
    $300 20
The hens of a great English author
    $300 14
Once desiring to be a priest, he later coached teams that won the 1st two Super Bowls
    $300 4
The odds are 600 to 1 against getting a letter printed in either of these twins' advice columns
    DD: $500 24
(AUDIO DAILY DOUBLE) This singer didn't have a gold record until 40, with the following hit: “My baby makes me proud / Lord, don't she make me proud…
    $400 11
Common term for hauling truck-trailers on railroad flatcars or kids on daddy's shoulders
    $400 21
A woman "with a past"
    $400 15
This tennis champ is the only woman to have won U.S. singles titles on clay, grass, carpet & hard courts
    $400 5
Relatively speaking, a son of a son of a son
    $500 12
In May 1911, its 1st pace car was a Stoddard Dayton driven by Carl G. Fisher
    $500 22
He's the only golfer to have won a major title in 4 separate decades of his life
    $500 6
The tune for this popular arboreal German Christmas carol is used for Maryland's state song

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 11):

Jim Barbara Zeke
$800 $300 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Barbara Zeke
$300 $700 $2,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

FICTIONAL CHARACTERS
CITIES IN ASIA
PHYSICAL SCIENCE
ROBERT'S RULES OF ORDER
JULY
GO FOR BAROQUE
    $200 12
Both Verdi & Salieri wrote operas about this fat friend of Prince Hal's
    $200 3
Probably only Warsaw suffered more destruction in WWII than this Filipino city
    $200 15
Newton's 3rd law is sometimes called the law of action & this
    $200 24
The usual order of business is calling the meeting to order, then reading these from the last meeting
    $200 2
"Public Enemy" who was shot July 22, 1934, leaving Chicago's Biograph Theater
    $200 26
His parents wanted him to be a lawyer, but he ended up composing the "Messiah"
    $400 13
In ape language, his name means "white skin"
    $400 4
You can pay homage to a bone fragment of Buddha at a temple in this Thai city
    $400 1
Term for the temperature at which a liquid solidifies
    $400 25
Proper form of address to a woman chairman, whether she is married or not
    $400 16
This "college" opened on July 11, 1955 at Lowry AFB before moving to Colorado Springs 3 years later
    $400 27
At 56, this German composer fathered Regina, the last of his 20 children
    $600 11
In "Through the Looking Glass", Tweedledee recites this poem about a creature & a craftsman
    $600 5
In 1842 Britain got this "city" as partial spoils for the Chinese loss of the Opium War
    $600 8
Hydrates are defined as compounds containing molecules of this
    $600 18
The 1st issue of this British humor magazine appeared on July 17, 1841
    $600 23
Technique of interweaving melodies popular in Baroque music, or 1/2 of an Alexander/Kilpatrick debate
    $800 14
Born James Gatz, he was at one time engaged to Dasy Buchanan
    $800 6
This Indian city & its "New" namesake have been described as "5 miles & 300 years apart"
    DD: $1,000 9
In aerodynamics, 2 of the 4 basic forces that act on an aircraft
    DD: $300 21
These 3 words are proper preface to a motion
    $800 19
On July 16, 1964, he said that "Extremism in the defense of liberty is no vice"
    $1000 17
In this J.M. Barrie novel, it's Gavin Dishart, a Presbyterian preacher
    $1000 7
Since it was just founded in early 1700s, this city, Pakistan's largest, is new by South Asian standards
    $1000 10
This unit of light wavelength equals only 1 ten-billionth of a meter
    $1000 22
It is recommended that this advisory expert on rules "should not be an elected officer"
    $1000 20
This neighboring country 1st celebrated its independence from the Netherlands on July 21, 1831

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Barbara Zeke
$1,800 $2,900 $6,300
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

WARS
If you "Remember the Maine", you know it blew up February 15, 1898 in this city's harbor

Final scores:

Jim Barbara Zeke
$3,600 $5,400 $6,799
3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated 2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Jim Barbara Zeke
$3,100 $3,400 $6,300
7 R,
4 W
(including 2 DDs)
13 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
22 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $12,800

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